Here is the release about the marathon:
Saturday, December 11, 2010
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Tues, December 7th: Poets George Rachel, James Gendron, Michael Roberts. Artwork by Nicholas Nemo Bottman + Music (TBA)
+James Gendron is 28 1/2. His poetry has appeared in Fence, The Indiana Review, Salt Hill, Poor Claudia, etc. He received his MFA from Syracuse University, and currently teaches writing at PSU. His chapbook, Money Poems, was published last summer by Poor Claudia Press.http://www.nemobott.com
The Switch reading series is approaching its fourth event, and we'd like to share with you some info and photos from the past events.
On Thursday, August 5th, we had our very first event. It was then called Summer Teeth, and poets Zachary Schomburg, Michael Roberts, Jamalieh Haley, and Paul G. Maziar read-- and the supremely talented Katrina Skalland played songs. The artwork of Jeremy Okai Davis was showing on the gallery walls, alongside photography by Liz Devine. Liz was has also been kind enough to lend her photography for this blog (peep her site, it's boss).The second event was held on Thursday, September 23rd, and it featured the artwork of Lettie Jane Rennekamp, Leslie Butler, Jeremy Okai Davis, Will Bruno, and Amelia Pillow; along with poets Drew Scott Swenhaugen, Jamalieh Haley, and Joseph Mains. Kelli Schaefer played songs that night, and what a special treat it was for us to have her.
And now here are some photos...
Here is our Flickr group, where photos will constantly appear: http://www.flickr.com/groups/1344398@N21/
(Laura Knox, Joseph Mains, Drew Scott Swenhaugen)
(Paul G. Maziar reading)
(Dean Gorman reading)
(Donald Dunbar, Jamalieh Haley, Paul G. Maziar (nerds!))
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Welcome to our new blog for The Switch! This next reading will be by a couple of our favorites here in town: Emily Kendal Frey, Sarah Bartlett, and Dean Gorman. Check the info below, and come back to read about past events too. xox - P
Friday, Nov 12th
@ 7:30 p.m.
Emily Kendal Frey
+ Music by Tara Williamson
Featured artwork by Krislyn Dillart
Bring your own what-have-yous
including your listening ears (a must)